President Joe Biden introduced this Tuesday, that his May 1st deadline for vaccine eligibility will likely be shifting two weeks sooner than anticipated.
In a convention from the White House this Tuesday, the president introduced that each grownup 18 years-of-age or older will likely be COVID-19 vaccine eligible by April the 19th.
Yesterday was additionally the day the Biden Administration introduced 150 million vaccines administered since he took workplace.
As of Wednesday April 7, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report 168 million vaccines administered. Those figures embody these administered throughout the Trump Administration. The current figures account for 32 % of U.S. adults with not less than one dosage.
Despite the constructive outlook, President Biden sending a warning that the combat is much from over.
“Despite the progress we’re making as a nation, I want every American to know in no uncertain terms that this fight isn’t over, this progress we’ve worked so hard to achieve can be reversed. Now’s not the time to let down. Now’s not the time to celebrate. It’s time to do what we do best as a country, do our duty, our jobs, take care of one another, and we can and will do this. But we can’t let up now,” says Biden.